Thursday, August 30, 2012

Vine Street Pub to host 2nd annual Block Party September 15

[PRESS RELEASE]
Who: Vine Street Pub, flagship brewery for Mountain Sun Pubs and Breweries, will host this year’s event in collaboration with leading Colorado breweries (www.mountainsunpub.com).

What: The Uptown Block Party and Second Annual Brewer’s Olympics, a free community event featuring the “best beer garden” on the Front Range. (Beer sold for $5 a pint). Featuring live music from Keith Mosley of String Cheese Incident with Scott Law & Friends. Participating breweries include: Mountain Sun, Breckenridge, Upslope, Wynkoop, Boulder Beer, Twisted Pine, Avery Brewing, Great Divide, Odell, Oskar Blues and Renegade. Food provided by Vine Street Pub.

Where: Vine Street between 17th and 18th Avenue will be blocked off for this pedestrian-only event.

When: September 15th, 2012 from 1:00 pm – last pour at 9:00 pm.
· 1:00 – First beers poured, food served.

· 1:00 – Brewers’ Olympics starts.

· 5:00 – Award ceremony.

· 5:30- 7:00 – Keith Moseley, Scott Law, Friends.

· 7:30- 9:00 – Keith Moseley, Scott Law, Friends.

· 9:00 – Last beer poured.

Brewers’ Olympics Awards Ceremony, presented by guest presenter TBA.

Why: Come celebrate Denver’s Uptown Neighborhood with an ode to great beer, food and music. Join the fun and watch as Denver’s 10 top craft breweries face-off in the Second Annual Brewer’s Olympics. The brewers’ excellence in beer-making will not prepare them for the raucous events that make up the Brewer’s Olympics: Look for tricycle races, blind-folded grain stacking relay, moving keg obstacle course, and beer transfer competition (no tools or vessels allowed!), as brewers fight for the gold medal. All proceeds from the event benefit New Era Colorado.

For further information please contact Cassidy Tawse-Garcia at Cassidy@freshideasgroup.com or (303)913-8897.

Vine Street's Uptown Block Party
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- Vine Street Pub becomes a brewery at last.
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